HireVue Horizon is a powerful, global annual talent-acquisition conference hosted by HireVue. The HR event focuses on how to move your talent acquisition function to the next level and achieve high-impact results. It offers HR professionals strategies, best practices, and coverage of technologies.
Keynote sessions are just one reason to attend Horizon 2019 this September 23 to 25 in Loews Coronado Bay, San Diego, California, US.
Here’s a look at four of the eight keynote sessions scheduled for this year’s premier HR event.
An AI for an Eye: Myths, Facts, and Fads on the Ethics and Bias of AI vs Human Recruitment
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic; Chief Talent Scientist, ManpowerGroup
A frequent contributor to publications like HBR, Forbes, and Psychology Today, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is one of the foremost thought leaders in industrial-organizational psychology and assessment technology today.
In his keynote at HireVue Horizon, you’ll hear Tomas explore whether AI can outsmart human intuition when it comes to predicting and understanding human performance at work. Tomas will cover the scientific evidence for the accuracy of new-generation prediction tools compared to traditional assessment methods particularly surrounding the issues of bias and ethics.
Tomas is the chief talent scientist at ManpowerGroup and a professor of business psychology at Columbia University.
How to Make AI Smarter — and Why We Should
Ayanna Howard, PhD; Professor and Chair of the School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
Ayanna Howard is the host of the widely-viewed TED Talk, Make Robots Smarter, and professor and chair at the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. In this presentation, she’ll cover whether the advance of AI and robotic technologies will be our closest partners or a threat to our jobs, safety, and well-being.
Ayanna will also explain how she develops robots and other AI functions by incorporating everything she knows about human intelligence, behavior, and neuroscience, with the aim of producing human-like machines that can empathize and reciprocate trust from actual people. She’ll cover that by making robots and AI smarter and more human-like, we can make them less like the dangerous cyborgs of science fiction.
As a professor and chair at the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Ayanna Howard focuses on designing helpful systems with an emotional intelligence that appropriately reacts to human behavior.
Rethinking the Future of Work
Jason Averbrook; Industry Analyst and CEO, Leapgen, and Author
In his book, The Ultimate Guide to a Digital Workforce Experience: Leap for a Purpose, Jason Averbrook offers a guide to the future of HR and how HR leaders can shape the future of work. And in this session, Jason will look at what it means when the people you’re hiring and managing have better tech on their wrists than you use to find, hire, and onboard them.
He’ll cover why it’s time to close the digital experience gap between being at work and away from work, and why HR needs to be the one to close that gap. He’ll discuss the role of HR and next-gen technologies as being not to serve the HR function, but to make it easier for HR to interact with and lead the workforce.
Jason is an author, industry analyst and co-founder and CEO of Leapgen, a provider of global HR consulting and advisory services.
Building an Award-Winning Life
Jamie Lee Curtis; Actress, Author, and Activist
Jamie Lee Curtis’ iconic roles in films like Freaky Friday, True Lies, Trading Places, and A Fish Called Wanda are indelibly imprinted into mainstream consciousness. And in an industry known for rejection and superficiality, Curtis has successfully managed to stay relevant and versatile, all while facing personal challenges, overcoming setbacks, and finding her way to a successful life. Curtis is an example of using one’s platform to make a positive impact in the world.
At Horizon, hear the candid, funny, and moving stories of her journey to success. Hear how she makes a positive impact and stays relevant — something critical in today’s ever-changing world and with the ever-changing workforce.
Jamie is a passionate advocate for The Red Cross, The American Heart Association, and others. She’s also the author of 11 books for children. And she’s an inspiring, heartfelt, candid keynote you won’t want to miss.
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